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February 28, 2007

Comments

rocketboy

This sounds like it was recorded in 1917!

RIchard Brandt

Well, they say there's no such thing as bad publicity.

Jon

the relentlessly jaunty piano drives you nuts very quickly. The best thing is that the songs are all about 1 min 25 secs. He sings like he's wearing a bad and rather too tight round the chest tuxedo/morning suit from a 1920's costume shop and has been posessed by the spirit of some forgotten crooner. Horrible but i love it. thanks for this.
Jon

Scott Mercer

I imagine that this could be only be loved by a steretypical version of a mooning old lady in a 1930's slapstick comedy, or better yet, some male comedian dressed as as old lady in some 1930's slapstick comedy.

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